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This research reviews the approaches employed in banking empirical studies that use the resource-based view as a core theoretical anchor to relate bank resources to performance outcomes. The review dwelt on measurement issues and strategies for controlling confounding factors. Six approaches of measuring bank resources are identified as: indirect assessment through the use of observable attributes, direct assessment through output counts, direct assessment by top managers, direct assessment by customers, direct assessment by experts and indirect assessment through inductive case studies. Three approaches to measuring bank ...
discusses various actions and proposals by economists, government officials, journalists, and business leaders to address the subprime mortgage crisis and broader economic crisis of 2007-2010.
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The Democrats Are Doomed, or How A 'Big Tent' Can Be Too Big ...
Time and again in American politics, Republicans have voted as a unit to frustrate our disorganized Democratic majority. No matter what's on the table, a few Democrats will peel away from the party core; meanwhile, all Republicans will somehow manage to stay on-message. Thus, they caucus block us. Articles noting this phenomenon anecdotally appear all the time , and despite the recent hopeful spate of Democratic victories, it's undeniable that the Republicans form an exceptionally effective opposition party. Today, we're going to perform a data-driven investigation of why this might be—and discover some ... market research, surveys and trends
Just When I Thought the Hecession Obsession was Over... - Feministing
Women have gained this latest bit of ground mostly because men have lost it -- 78 percent of the jobs lost during this recession were held by men. So not only is it unseemly to rejoice over a larger share of a smaller pie, it is also unsettling to face the fact that so much of the history of women in the workplace (both their leaps forward and their slips back) is a reaction to what was happening to men. Look, it's not that I can't appreciate the statistics. Clearly men are losing jobs. Middle class and low-income American families are really straining. Women and men's workforce participation is inextricably ... market research, surveys and trends

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There is no doubt about it: Business-to-Business commerce represents big money. An estimated 15.4 billion invoices are exchanged annually, according to the Tower Group ( www.towergroupinc.com ) consultancy, and that volume is expected to grow to 16.6 billion annually by 2005. Some 56 percent of these invoices are "supply chain"-corporate trade and procurement-while the rest are recurring invoices for things like utilities, loans, leases, and insurance. Although electronic invoice presentment and payment (EIPP) is making (very) slow inroads on traditional invoicing and payment processing, wholesale lockbox volumes and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Capital Account Convertibility and Risk Management in India ...
At about US$104 billion, total foreign .... (HR) systems as one of the main area in need of improvement. ... Banking: Paradigm Shift,” September 27, 2006, Mumbai . ... share of the top 15 banks has steadily grown from around 74 percent in .... Gopinath, Shyamala, “Changing Paradigms in Risk Management,” Special ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Strategic Orientation Of HR Managers In Commercial Banks In South Asia
factor, the paradigm shift is yet to take place in public bureaucracies of ..... HR Manager can not survive in an increasingly changing business environment ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Changing Role of the WORLD BANK in Global Health
Requests for reprints should be sent to Jennifer Prah Ruger, PhD, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, 60 College Street, P.O. Box 208034, New Haven, CT (e-mail: jennifer.ruger/at/yale.edu ). JUNE 25, 2004, MARKED THE 58th anniversary of the World Bank, which opened its doors in Washington, DC, in 1946. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, as it was initially called, was created at the Bretton Woods Conference in July 1944, along with its sister institution, the International Monetary Fund. At the outset, the bank’s dual roles were reconstruction and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Adding Value in Banking: Human Resource Innovations for Service ...
To shift toward high-quality service strategies, managers must adopt training and recruiting policies that compensate for institutional barriers to human resource investment. In the wholesale segment, while other banks neglect small business customers to focus on large corporate clients, Harris Bank of Chicago has formed a special lending group that focuses on building long-term relationships with firms that have $5 million to $100 million in annual sales. Rather than maximize short-term profits by extending revolving credits, according to a senior executive for commercial lending, the bank’s goal is “to serve its ...
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HR's role in developing corporate culture - lead or support ...
An HR department not far from me feels that it should be playing the lead role in building an organisation's corporate culture. I take an opposite view, feeling that the culture should derive directly from leaders and teams, and (frankly) that when HR is in the driving seat it (the culture thing) usually becomes mechanical, impersonal, and uninspiring. Culture by numbers, in fact. What do you think? Any success stories out there? Any disasters? Thanks all. There's a broad consensus in these answers and conversations off-line with contributors that HR should not themselves define corporate culture but can play a ...
If your actions are not being fuelled by a sense of passionate ...
We take initiative to do things that are in line with our values. Where things are not in line with our values, we need external motivation. If health has never been high on the list of values of a heart patient, they will not suddenly make the required lifestyle changes so that they can be healthy. If that same heart patient really values for example the opportunity to see their children grow up because they place a high value on family, they will be motivated to make the lifestyle changes in line with the much higher value of family. So if a doctor tell 10 patients to make the lifestyle changes or they will die, maybe one ...